Veronica has completed a Bachelor of Sports and Exercise Science (Hons) Major in Clinical Exercise Physiology (UQ) 2017, studying Master of Physiotherapy (USyd). Veronica has a great passion in working with various musculoskeletal and chronic conditions ranging from acute to chronic pain conditions, return to sport protocols, pre-op and post-op rehab and much more.
As an Exercise Physiologist, Veronica truly believes in the notion of using individualized, evidence based exercise programs as medicine and a health remedy to live a healthy active lifestyle, while improving the individual’s quality of life both physically and mentally. Now, with the goal to become a Physiotherapist, Veronica believes that her passion of exercise, experience and being a former athlete will aid in developing her clinical practice skills and excelling in musculoskeletal rehabilitation and sports injuries which is where my passion lies.
Representing Hong Kong at an international level playing hockey developed her love for sports at an early age, making health and fitness and integral part of her life from very early on. Now, still enjoying hockey and more recently weightlifting, Veronica has developed a love for understanding the human body at a more biomechanical level and enforces the notion that rehabilitation ultimately derives from mastering very simple movement patterns and performing those to the best of your ability no matter what age, injury or condition you are suffering from.
Veronica is an empathetic, friendly and outgoing individual, and loves educating patients on the importance of movement as medicine. She loves sharing her passion and knowledge to help individuals live an active and pain-free lifestyle, reach their goals and most importantly improve their overall quality of life.